To Quote W. C. Fields, “It ain’t a fit night out for man nor beast.” Drivers in our area didn’t fare any better with the inch or so of snow that fell

Deputy Allender returns to the road after the birth of her son. Deputy Rachel Allender recently returned to patrolling the streets of New Carlisle

New Carlisle residents ushered in the Christmas season on Dec. 2 with a Saturday full of community Christmas events The day began with the arrival of

Distracted Driving Program Now County-wide Teens and their parents from around Clark County are invited to attend the #safeTEENfirst presentation at

Wot-a-Dog New Owners Plan to Reopen March 1 Stephen Prechtl and his wife have been looking at purchasing the Wot-a-Dog drive in for the past few

The Christmas season has arrived in New Carlisle with all its trimmings, including music. To celebrate, the New Carlisle Area Community Chorus (NCACC)

Crafters from all over Ohio descended on Tecumseh Jr. High Saturday to peddle their wares and help shoppers get an early jump on Christmas shopping

During New Carlisle’s Christmas Season Kick-off held Saturday, the New Carlisle News (NCN) was able to catch up with three of Santa’s elves for

A Friday evening crash on Rt. 235 in front of Rite Aid sent two people to area hospitals. According to initial reports, northbound traffic had either

Clark County Deputies were dispatched to Park Layne Elementary around 12 noon on Friday, December 1 on a report of an unruly male trespassing near the

The Clark County Board of Elections is conducting a recount of votes for the New Carlisle City Council race. Preliminary figures released election

On November 25, the New York Times published a story about Tony Hovater, a New Carlisle resident. Hovater is also a self-avowed White Nationalist. There

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